Ana Galizia is a Brazilian director, producer, and screenwriter. She is best known for her award-winning feature films, such as "The Gift" (2007), "The Night of the Sun" (2009), and "The Edge of Paradise" (2013). She has also directed shorts, documentaries, and television shows.
Ana has been directing and producing films since the late 90s. She graduated from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro with a degree in Film Direction and Production. After graduation, Ana made a series of short films and documentaries that screened at international film festivals.
In 2007, Ana released her first feature-length film, "The Gift", which she wrote, directed, and produced. The film was a critical and commercial success, and it won awards at the Miami Film Festival and the Rio de Janeiro Film Festival.
In 2009, Ana released "The Night of the Sun", a drama set in a small Brazilian village. The film was widely praised for its cinematography and performances, and it won several awards at festivals around the world.
In 2013, Ana released her third feature-length film, "The Edge of Paradise". This romantic drama was set in a small fishing village in Brazil and starred well-known Brazilian actor, Wagner Moura. The film was acclaimed for its visuals and performances, and it won several awards at festivals around the world.
Ana has also directed episodes of the Brazilian television series "The Village" (2010-2011) and "The Heart of the Sea" (2012). She is currently in pre-production for a feature-length film, "The Sound of Home", which is set to come out in 2021.
Ana Galizia is an award-winning director whose films have received widespread critical acclaim. Her work is inspired by the beauty of her homeland and the stories of the people who live there. She is an example of a talented filmmaker who has been able to make her mark in the Brazilian film industry.